Duration: 6 hours
Price: 250 USD (for up to 4 people)
This tour focuses on visiting places connected with lasting for centuries Jewish presence in Poland. In Warsaw you can see: still functioning Jewish cemetery; Nozyk Synagogue which survived WWII; Jewish Historical Institute with its museum, where you can see the film showing Warsaw ghetto time; remaining part of the ghetto wall; installation of the bridge connecting small and big ghetto; Umschlagplatz memorial marking the place of the station from which Jews were deported to the death camp in Treblinka; Rappaport monument dedicated to heroes of the ghetto; and recently opened Museum of the History of Polish Jews.
In Prague site (across the Vistula river) we can see pre-war mykveh, former nursery and shelter for Jewish children, and Jewish students’ dormitory. Stroll along unchanged streets where “The Pianist”, film by Polanski was made.
After the tour with me you can explore new exhibition in the Museum of the History of Polish Jews on your own or with audio guide (10$) or with a museum guide (75$).